As the recent tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, has shown, today’s teachers face challenges their predecessors may never have imagined.
- Rolling Stone
The court ruled on Monday that public school officials violated the First Amendment by firing a football coach for leading students in prayer on the field
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Supporters of former Anderson University professor Miranda Barnett gathered Sunday to demand change in the school's treatment of LGBTQ+ people.
Prince Christian is second in line to the Danish throne and enrolled at the elite Herlufsholm School last year
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Parents in the Forest Hills School District are speaking up against the board's recently approved anti-critical race theory resolution.
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More than 40 seniors are continuing their softball careers in college. Here's where you can find them.
- The Conversation
Affluent students also benefited more from gifted programs compared to students from low-income backgrounds. SDI Productions/E+ via Getty ImagesThe Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Participating in a gifted and talented program improved high-ability students’ reading and math achievement, on average, nationwide, I found in a new study. However, in reading, these achievement gains were not universal. Black students benefited less from participating in g
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The frustration that parents felt juggling work and their children’s learning spurred an explosion of school choice initiatives around the country.
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The University of Michigan is awarding a group nearly $2 million in grant funding in an effort to examine “the historical and current state of the U.S. carceral system.”
Five colleges won't cancel Rudy Giuliani's honorary degrees. Some students, faculty, and alumni are livid.
Syracuse University, Georgetown University, St. John Fisher College, Loyola University Maryland, and The Citadel haven't rescinded Rudy Giuliani's honorary degrees.
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Alabama likely to land No. 1 JUCO player in the country
President Joe Biden is expected to make an announcement this summer on whether to pursue legislation that would forgive federal student loan debts for millions of borrowers. If a forgiveness plan is...
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Before the pandemic, there was no room in the budget for Kate Murphy’s children to buy lunch at school. The free meals gave the Essex Junction, Vermont, family one less thing to worry about. “We make just too much money (literally by just a few dollars) to qualify for free or reduced lunches and other food-related benefits, but not enough to truly ever feel financially comfortable,” Murphy, a mother of four and administrator at a trust company, said by email.
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A star-studded coalition is being recruited to support a misguided plan | Opinion
Hybrid learning models are especially popular among India's K-12 and younger test prep learners.
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Board of Trustees approve revised Neyland Stadium renovations plan.
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Selvi Jeyaraj, the Rise STEM Academy’s PTA president, said parents want transparent communication between the school system and families regarding a new building for the academy.
- The 74
The Minneapolis school district has announced plans to end its relationship with Gaggle, a controversial digital surveillance tool that monitored students’ online behaviors during pandemic-induced remote learning. The announcement, which follows extensive reporting by The 74 about how the tool subjected the city’s youth to pervasive round-the-clock digital surveillance, was outlined last week at the […]
- Real Simple
On this episode of the Money Confidential podcast, host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez turns to Melissa Jean-Baptiste, the founder of Millennial in Debt, about her journey of paying off $102,000 of debt, and her strategies for anyone else trying to do the same.
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'Teen Jeopardy!' Former Contestant Gets $2M In Scholarships, Accepted To 15 Colleges And Wants To Use Education To Help Black Americans
A Black teen that has been accepted into 15 of the most prestigious universities and has received $2 million in scholarships plans to use his education to work on better health outcomes for Black Americans.